Paul Carreiro Joins Kinaxis as Chief Revenue Officer
Industry Leader set to further drive sustained and global high revenue growth for recognized supply chain management software provider
Kinaxis® (TSX:KXS), provider of RapidResponse®, a leading cloud-based supply chain management solution based on concurrent planning, has named industry leader Paul Carreiro as its Chief Revenue Officer. In this executive role, Carreiro will lead initiatives to further drive sustained revenue growth as Kinaxis continues to successfully execute its global expansion.
“It is a great pleasure to join this dynamic and globally recognized organization,” said Carreiro. “I have seen firsthand how medium and large enterprises struggle to align their ever-changing and dynamic supply chains to cope with the complexity of constant business transformation. Kinaxis’ portfolio of solutions enable enterprises to plan concurrently across their organizations. This role provides an exceptional opportunity for me to leverage my global, operations and sales management experience to further build Kinaxis’ ability to drive continued, sustained growth and success globally.”
Carreiro comes to Kinaxis with more than two decades of leadership experience in the supply chain and enterprise software industry, having previously held senior roles at SAP and Infor, where he was most recently the President and Managing Director, EMEA. He holds a Master of Business Administration from The London School of Economics and Political Science/NYU Stern/HEC and has completed the McMaster Director’s College Program, and the Stanford University Advanced Management Program.
“We are incredibly fortunate to have someone with Paul’s pedigree and passion joining our company to lead our global revenue strategy,” said John Sicard, Chief Executive Officer at Kinaxis. “With a focus on continuous customer value assurance, Paul will apply his considerable experience towards scaling up our global sales, professional services and global alliance teams in order to meet the growing market need for a breakthrough in supply chain planning and sales and operations planning.”